Richmond, Queens Road 1898

Memories of Richmond

you would struggle to get this clear view today as the number of parked cars etc.would obscure the view the chuch is now home to the Green Howards regimental museum

I was born in Richmond the year 1945 attending the Convent from 1950 till 1959. The street I grew up on was named Westfields and it looked down over the fields right onto the school. My brother has added some of his memories below Bill Mather. My name is Anne Mather-Alsip

I had my right knee stitched up here after being kicked by one of my Dad's racehorses in July 1949

I served on the Altar in the Catholic Church shown on the left of the photograph in 1946 and 1947.

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